Zimbabwean self-proclaimed prophet Talent Madungwe has declared that Queen Elizabeth II qualified for heaven.
The divisive clergyman claimed that the 96-year-old British monarch is now in heaven.
Madungwe is no stranger to controversy and is well-known for making outrageous claims. He is well-known for claiming that he has visited heaven several times.
When a famous person dies, Prophet Madungwe always makes a point of addressing whether or not that person went to heaven.
Prophet Madungwe insisted that Queen Elizabeth was worthy of heaven while dismissing social media claims that the late monarch was on her way to hell.
In a post on Monday, in which he took aim at a fake account that was impersonating him, the Zimbabwean Prophet said,
I said the Queen qualified for heaven, not what these fake accounts are saying like Queen is beaten by black people in heaven, thus fake account.
The fake account had claimed,
“Princess Diana has been violent since the arrival of the Queen, demanding that she must be immediately sent to the 7th hell. The Queen is still in confusion and hasn’t said a single word since arrival.”
In order to emphasise the veracity of his account, Prophet Madungwe added,
“This is a fake account don’t follow it my original account its real prophet Madungwe or cross check any twitter message u got to our church line +263776231156 and even whatsapp profile picture matches this morning.”
Madungwe is no stranger to controversy. He astonishingly claimed to be one of the senior Commanders of the Heavenly Armies as well as God’s advisor.
He also claimed to have led an army of angelic soldiers to hell to arrest the devil.
At one time, Madungwe said he was ranked number 6 in the Heavenly hierarchy. Said Madungwe in 2017,
Christ is preaching in hell from July 1 to July 30, so we rearrested the devil to allow Christ to finish the job and to avoid conflicts. So he will be released on July 30…God is number one, followed by the Son, Holy Spirit, Saint Paul, my spiritual father prophet Daniel and I came sixth.
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